Drafting & Enforcing Post-Employment Non-Compete & Non-Solicitation Agreements

recording Drafting & Enforcing Post-Employment Non-Compete & Non-Solicitation Agreements

You Will Learn:

• Benefits, limitations, and types of restrictive covenants
• How to draft post-employment restrictive covenants for maximum effectiveness and enforceable
• Key provisions to include in non-compete agreements
• Who is protected and who is covered
• Drafting considerations and best practices

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Enforceable or inadequate? How can you be sure?

Non-Competition Agreements can help employers retain valuable employees, protect its confidential information and customers, and prevent unfair competition. They can also be utterly useless.

Yet, since the law generally disfavors non-compete agreements, the language in these contracts is tricky and wrought with loop holes that could easily make them unenforceable or otherwise inadequate.

Learning Objectives

This practical, information-packed webinar will guide you through the legal considerations and best practices for drafting enforceable non-compete, non-solicitation and confidentiality agreements.

  • Benefits, limitations, and types of restrictive covenants
  • How to draft post-employment restrictive covenants for maximum effectiveness and enforceable
  • Key provisions to include in non-compete agreements
  • Who is protected and who is covered
  • Drafting considerations and best practices
  • Other types of post-employment restraints
  • Termination policies and practices to ensure swift and effective enforcement of restrictive covenants when an employee departs
  • Review of recent legislation nationwide and major differences between states

Product ID: 15846

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Faculty

Jeffrey D. Mokotoff
Jeffrey D. Mokotoff
Attorney at Law, FordHarrison

Jeff Mokotoff has a broad employment law practice and routinely counsels clients on a myriad of employment issues, drafts and reviews employment, arbitration and non-compete agreements, conducts management training, and litigates and tries employment cases, both in court and in arbitration.

Continuing Education Units

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